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DMG Entertainment is a global media and entertainment company with diverse holdings and operations across motion pictures, television, comic book publishing, gaming, next-gen technology and location-based entertainment.

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AT&T TV’S NATIONWIDE LAUNCH SIDELINES DIRECTV, INTROS PLANS WITH STICKER SHOCK

variety | March 01, 2020

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AT&T has officially kicked DirecTV, which has been hemorrhaging subscribers, to the back burner of its pay-TV strategy. But its new internet-fueled competitor likely won’t stanch the cord-cutting bleeding. Starting this week, the telco is throwing all its weight behind AT&T TV, which launches nationwide March 2. Built on an Android-based set-top, the broadband-delivered service offers a lineup of hundreds of live TV channels; 500 hours of DVR storage space; and 40,000 on-demand tit...

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TIM COOK SAYS AR IS “THE NEXT BIG THING” – HOW APPLE IS BETTING ON AN AUGMENTED FUTURE

vrgear | January 22, 2020

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Augmented reality is the future. Whether it be in gaming, work, or personal devices, AR is going to rule the world. Look at any futuristic movie and look at their heads-up displays. Tony Stark and Peter Parker proved that is can be cool, but their hardware seems to be decades away. If there is any company capable of giving consumers a wearable AR experience worth buying, it is Apple. That is one of the biggest drawbacks of virtual reality. It might be fun to watch your shows or play your games u...

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CANON REVEALS MD-20 ENTERPRISE AR HEADSET WITH HIGH RESOLUTION AND FOV

uploadvr | February 08, 2020

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Camera giant Canon isn’t a major player in the augmented reality headset space, but it has been selling an $82,000 enterprise-class AR headset to Japanese customers since 2016. This week the company announced a sequel that promises even higher-fidelity AR visuals — enough to “fuse the real world with 3D CG in real time” — for businesses including car makers. Looking more like an optometrist’s tool than a pair of glasses, the new Mreal Display model MD-20 inclu...

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STRONG/MDI SCREEN SYSTEMS COLLABORATES WITH ILLUMINARIUM ATLANTA TO PROVIDE AN IMMERSIVE CINEMATIC VIRTUAL REALITY EXPERIENCE

Strong/MDI Screen Systems | July 14, 2021

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Strong/MDI Screen Systems, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ballantyne Strong, Inc. and a global leader in projection screen manufacturing and optical coating development for cinemas, commercial venues, and amusement parks (“Strong/MDI”) announces a partnership with Illuminarium Experiences to open their first location in Atlanta, Georgia. WILD, presented by Illuminarium Atlanta, uses cutting-edge technology to immerse visitors in the watering holes, sweeping plains,...

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AT&T TV’S NATIONWIDE LAUNCH SIDELINES DIRECTV, INTROS PLANS WITH STICKER SHOCK

variety | March 01, 2020

AT&T has officially kicked DirecTV, which has been hemorrhaging subscribers, to the back burner of its pay-TV strategy. But its new internet-fueled competitor likely won’t stanch the cord-cutting bleeding. Starting this week, the telco is throwing all its weight behind AT&T TV, which launches nationwide March 2. Built on an Android-based set-top, the broadband-delivered service offers a lineup of hundreds of live TV channels; 500 hours of DVR storage space; and 40,000 on-demand tit...

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TIM COOK SAYS AR IS “THE NEXT BIG THING” – HOW APPLE IS BETTING ON AN AUGMENTED FUTURE

vrgear | January 22, 2020

Augmented reality is the future. Whether it be in gaming, work, or personal devices, AR is going to rule the world. Look at any futuristic movie and look at their heads-up displays. Tony Stark and Peter Parker proved that is can be cool, but their hardware seems to be decades away. If there is any company capable of giving consumers a wearable AR experience worth buying, it is Apple. That is one of the biggest drawbacks of virtual reality. It might be fun to watch your shows or play your games u...

Read More
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CANON REVEALS MD-20 ENTERPRISE AR HEADSET WITH HIGH RESOLUTION AND FOV

uploadvr | February 08, 2020

Camera giant Canon isn’t a major player in the augmented reality headset space, but it has been selling an $82,000 enterprise-class AR headset to Japanese customers since 2016. This week the company announced a sequel that promises even higher-fidelity AR visuals — enough to “fuse the real world with 3D CG in real time” — for businesses including car makers. Looking more like an optometrist’s tool than a pair of glasses, the new Mreal Display model MD-20 inclu...

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STRONG/MDI SCREEN SYSTEMS COLLABORATES WITH ILLUMINARIUM ATLANTA TO PROVIDE AN IMMERSIVE CINEMATIC VIRTUAL REALITY EXPERIENCE

Strong/MDI Screen Systems | July 14, 2021

Strong/MDI Screen Systems, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ballantyne Strong, Inc. and a global leader in projection screen manufacturing and optical coating development for cinemas, commercial venues, and amusement parks (“Strong/MDI”) announces a partnership with Illuminarium Experiences to open their first location in Atlanta, Georgia. WILD, presented by Illuminarium Atlanta, uses cutting-edge technology to immerse visitors in the watering holes, sweeping plains,...

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